As part of my effort to develop galleries for this site, here is a review of my projects from the first half of 2014.
The design and tutorial for this zippered pouch came from Noodlehead.
I made a series of these little zippered pouches, and they have been useful.
These next two bags were made from a book entitled Ruby Star Wrapping. You can read my review of the book here, if you want.
I continued my interest in improvisational piecing in 2014, making this confetti block…
Confetti Block, 2014
…and this entry for the Quilt Alliance annual contest:
Whirlwind, my 2014 Quilt Alliance challenge quilt
I made this quilt for the Pantone Challenge. It looks better in person than in this picture, and now is used to decorate one of the rooms at our local free clinic:
Radiating Orchid, my mini-quilt for the Radiant Orchid Challenge
As always, I made a number of donation quilts for Ronald McDonald House. I used them to try out a variety of techniques and other experiments:
Nine Patch Quilt
Donation quilt top is the finish for June!
One of my quilts for Ronald McDonald House
I made this baby quilt because I loved the fabrics:
Baby Dots–back. I may like it even more than the front!
And I participated in several swaps, including one involving these blocks. Don’t even think about the 88 little pieces in the block on the left!!!
Swap Block–88 little squares!!!
I’ve reached my (self-imposed) length limit for a post, so the rest of the 2014 review will be coming up next week! Please come back 😉